Sat, Apr 24|
Snowpack: Analyzing Data to Solve the Future
[3 STEM Clock Hours] Interactive PBL practicum for secondary teachers with lesson ideas for all subject areas. Learn how to analyze annual snowpack data, apply systems thinking, and design Impact Projects that will shape the future of our bioregion and communities.
Time & Location
Apr 24, 2021, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
About the Event
Develop problem-based, placed-based lessons that engage students in work that matters to their community. Science, engineering, civics, ELA, economics, math, and geography are integrated to guide students from inferring socio-economic and ecological patterns to designing impact projects
SEEKING: Science, Social Studies, ELA, CTE, and Math teachers in middle and high school to join an interactive PBL Practicum. We are interested in designing curriculum inquiries across the curriculum for application across the state...
PROBLEM: What are the systemic implications for our households, schools, and cities over the next 30-60 years as the Cascade snowpack shrinks due to human-caused climate change? Can student actions slow it down? What can we invent? Where will we need to adapt? What do we need to learn as a society?
REGISTER TODAY to hold your spot. Bring a Team.
Questions? Email: Peter Donaldson